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  • Grenache

    You’re a member of the ‘Rhône Ranger’ band. Your groupies think you’re ‘hot’, even when you're boozy and "strung out"...

  • Diamond

    History of the grape: The varietal dates back to the 1880s when horticulturalist Jacob Moore (hence the synonym “Moor...

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  • Todd Taylor Primitivo California Shenandoah Valley Blue House Vineyard 2007


    I first tasted this wine a few weeks ago and love it. It's so balanced and as a lover of red wines, this has quickly become a favorite. The wine is initially very unassuming but it packs a great finish on the palate. Read More

    Wine review by PhillyWineLuver

  • Château Rollan de By Cru Bourgeois Médoc Bordeaux 2011


    I bought two bottles of this wine for £12 from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctionms/show/127219. Geographically,the Medoc is the entire peninsular north of the City of Bordeaux but the appellation of that name created in 1936 only refers to the 16 communes at the northern end.The area is sometimes called the Bas-Medoc or Lower-Medoc though... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906

  • Concha y Toro Casillero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva Chile 2016


    Lightly herbal and red fruit notes of cherry and raspberry. A bit tart and somewhat astringent on the palate with more red fruit - raspberry, cherry and red currant with some black fruit notes of plum and blackberry as well. Approachable and ready to drink with a grip of tannin on the finish and some chocolate and coffee notes. Read More

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  • Any perspective on this at $24, Greg? J&J Eger, Egri Kékfrankos Eger, Hungary 2015 CharacterFruit Earth Body Tannin Acid Alcohol  4   Egri Kékfrankos—aka Blaufränkisch from Eger, Hungary—is the most magical combination of place and grape. The story itself is enough to excite anyone, but the wine and its corresponding price is nothing short of ex... Read More

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  • I’m often asked by novice wine drinkers if Chianti Classico is worth its price (as compared to base-level Chianti), and my short answer is an emphatic yes. The Chianti region is iconic and known for producing Sangiovese-based wines in volume, but it’s important to remember that Chianti has eight distinct sub-zones. Chianti Classico is one of the... Read More

    From the article The Classico in Chianti Matters

  • Gosh.  $22 is a bargain for Priorat.  Good job.So look for Montsant. It surrounds Priorat like a donut and part of it has exactly the same soil types but it was kept out of the DO when the lines were drawn. Some good values for the same grapes and some of the same producers.Had a few wines from Moldova the other day but no pics. And Uruguay. Ton... Read More

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  • Mark, nice one there, don't believe I've tried anything with niellucciu in it.Now Aglianico is a fairly popular grape in southern Italy but is somewhat sparsely planted in the States. The Italians seem to be doing it but I don't know of any other US producers making a rose out of it other than Ryan and Megan Glaab. Gotta say this is one tasty ro... Read More

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  • Corsican wine Some internet research indicates that the niellucciu grape is very similar to, if not the same as, sangiovese.  Also, I learned that Corsican winemaking is heavily influenced by the Italians.  I believe both opinions.  This one is almost like a "soft Chianti."  Lots of bright red berry fruit, but not quite as tart,  A fairly light-... Read More

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  • E - I'd say you're doing alright yourself.Meanwhile the last of the Spanish wine nights are in and ready and a couple of jewels:Spanish Wine Night is ready to go - can't wait. Read More

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  • Domaine Petroni Corse 2015


    Spritely, fruity tart wine. I can certainly see the Italian influence, here. I bit of a chalky mouth feelinteresting. Something of a saline sensation on the rear of the tongue. This is a low-dollar wine. While it is not a particularly memorable one, for the price it is, certainly, great for everyday drinking. Read More

    Wine review by EMark

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